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Online meetings have become all important in the communication processes in any organization.
Among the several applications that enable these connections, one that is gaining momentum on the business front is join.me, a conferencing tool that is easy, intuitive and secure, letting you share screens, files and voice.
Now Zyncro integrates with join.me to offer an online meeting system linked to your data in your Enterprise Social Network.
How are Zyncro and join.me integrated?
This new ZyncroApp in beta fase*, available for Business accounts, can be found like all the other ZyncroApps in the Administration Panel, where administrators must enable it so that users can start to hold online meetings.
Once enabled, you can conference call any of your contacts from two spaces:
- Where the name of one of the members of your organization appears on the Zyncro microblogging wall, either on the Home or in one of the groups.
- From the person’s Profile, on the “Actions for the person” section.
In both cases, the contact you have invited will receive a private message on their wall to start the conference call, which contains the link that they must click. What’s more, once you send the invitation, you must download and run the Java applet that opens automatically on your computer to hold the online meeting. Remember, without this application you can’t start your online meeting!
You can hold a web conference in join.me with both your internal contacts and your external contacts.
No need to leave the office for your meetings! Share your screen with join.me from Zyncro and increase your personal productivity!
*Currently compatible with Windows OS.
Jaume Jané is responsible for ZyncroApps and integration at Zyncro. He is an expert in analysis and development for integration possibilities in Online Social Networks, enterprise software and productivity cloud applications. He coordinates interactions between Zyncro and third party technology solutions. Before, he worked with distinct companies as a web programmer and a functional analyst.